Inspira Health's award-winning Primary Care Atrial Fibrillation (PCAF) service provides specialists within GP practice to provide face-to-face clinical reviews with patients with a diagnosis of Atrial Fibrillation (AF).
Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is a complex condition to manage. When T2DM is not well managed, it is associated with considerable morbidity and serious complications, including heart disease, stroke, diabetic retinopathy, kidney disease and amputation—over time leading to disability and premature mortality.
The Primary Care Cardio-Renal-Metabolic (PCCRM) Service provides Specialist-led clinical reviews for T2DM patients with an emphasis on lifestyle changes and medicines optimisation for anti-hypertensives, cholesterol management and diabetic drugs with the aim of reducing HbA1c, future cardiovascular events and mortality, weight, and blood pressure.
The Inspira Health Primary Care Heart Failure (PCHF) Service is a Consultant-led / GP with Specialist Interest in Cardiology service that provides expert resource to work within GP practices.
The Primary Care Secondary Prevention Service is a Consultant Cardiologist-led Cardiovascular service to help achieve QOF and NICE guidelines and improve Patient Outcomes.
The NHS Long-term Plan identifies improving the management of cardiovascular disease (CVD) as a top priority. CVD is one of the main causes of death and disability in the UK. Lifestyle changes such as change in diet, reduction in alcohol, cessation of smoking, daily exercise and weight loss may help reduce patients’ CVD risk. There are also a range of medications available to assist in reducing an individuals CVD risk. Ensuring patients are informed about their lifestyle choices and treatment options is an important part of reducing the risk of CVD events.
The Primary Care Diabetic Nephropathy Service is a Specialist-led service to help achieve QOF and NICE guidelines and improve Patient Outcomes.
The Primary Care Metabolic Surgery (PCMS) Service aims to identify appropriate patients suitable for weight loss management which could lead to metabolic surgery. Focusing on patients who are diabetic with uncontrolled hyperglycaemia and severely obese, patients are supported through Tier 2, Tier 3 and Tier 4 as appropriate.
The NHS Health Check is a national risk assessment, awareness and management programme for those aged 40 to 74 living in England who do not have an existing vascular condition, and who are not currently being treated for certain risk factors. It is aimed at preventing heart disease, stroke, diabetes and kidney disease.